Valentine's Day special: Top 5 Bollywood films you must watch!
Celebrate this valentine with these top 5 romantic movies
Treat yourself with these all time favourite romantic movies this love season. Let the Raj in you come out and sing ''Tujhe dekha toh ye jana sanam''.
Celebrate this valentine in Bollywood style with these top 5 romantic-movies:
Reminiscence the time of 'Jab We Met'
Everybody's valentine is incomplete without remembering how they really met for the first time. Imtiaz Ali amazed us with this delightful treat of how the two strangers met on a train journey. How can one forget the ever bubbly character 'Geet', which many girls can relate to.
Lovers find their heaven in the love itself is justly depicted in the song ''Ye Ishq hai bethe bethaye jannat dikhaye hain'' which was picturised in the beautiful locales of Ladakh.
Yes it's love when 'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai'
This love triangle by Karan Johar where Anjali (Kajol) sacrificed her love Rahul (Shah Rukh Khan) for he loved Tina (Rani Mukherji), taught us the real definition of love which is 'to let go'. The epic dialogue still works where Rahul said ''Hum ek baar jeete hai... Ek baar marte hain.. Shadi bi ek baar hoti hai, Aur pyaar.. Pyaar bhi ek baar hota hai''.
Remember- you are in love when Kuch Kuch Hota Hai..!
Confess it by saying 'Maine Pyaar Kiya'
Every teen-ager can relate to the Sooraj Barjatya's love story 'Mane Pyaar Kiya'. Salman-Bhagyashree's innocence and charm made it a blockbuster. One must confess the fact that when you are in love, you end up grooving to the tunes of ''Dil deewana bin sajna ke maane na''.
Don't forget the friendship's golden rule of ''No Sorry No Thank you'' was popularised by this romantic-drama.
It's always 'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge'
Aditya Chopra's iconic 'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge' is no less than a cult in romantic genre. Perfect portrayal of how an Indian girl never forgets her ideals despite living abroad and it's always a man who tries to chase a girl in the right way, to take his dulhaniya back home.
No wonder why Shah Rukh Khan is called the king of romance, his legendary technique of how to know whether you are in love is still in practice. Remember this epic dialogue— ''Agar ye tujhse pyaar karti hai toh ye palat ke dekhegi...palat, palat!''
Let your 'Fitoor' come out this Valentine!
Even if you don't get time to visit the paradise on earth—Kashmir, treat your beloved with this romantic-drama based on the Charles Dickens Novel 'Great Expectations' shot on the beautiful locales of the valley. Don't shy away in confessing your 'fitoor' for your beloved with this song- ''Ye fitoor mera laaya mujhko hai tere kareeb''.